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PHY SI O L 0 G Y.

BY

ROBLEY DUNGLISON, M. D.,

PROFESSOR OF THE INSTITUTES OF MEDICINE IN JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE, PHILADELPHIA;

VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE SYDENHAM SOCIETY OF LONDON ;
SECRETARY TO THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, ETC. ETC.

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Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1841,

By Robley DUNGLISON, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

PHILADELPHIA:
T. K. AND P. G. COLLINS, PRINTERS.

CONTENTS OF VOL. II.

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1. Inspiration

2. Expiration

3. Respiratory Phenomena concerned in certain Functions .

4. Respiratory Phenomena connected with Expression

b. Chemical Phenomena of Respiration

c. Cutaneous Respiration, &c.

d. Effects of Section of the Cerebral Nerves on Respiration

e. Respiration of Animals

Chap. IV. Circulation

1. Anatomy of the Circulatory Organs

a. Heart

b. Arteries

c. Intermediate Peripheral or Capillary System

d. Veins

2. Blood

3. Physiology of the Circulation

a. Circulation in the Heart

b. Circulation in the Arteries

c. Circulation through the Capillaries .

d. Circulation in the Veins

e. Forces that Propel the Blood

f. Accelerating and Retarding Forces

g. The Pulse.

h. Uses of the Circulation

1. Transfusion and Infusion

4. Circulatory apparatus in animals

Chap. V. Nutrition .

VI. Calorification .

VII. Secretion.

1. Anatomy of the Secretory Apparatus

2. Physiology of Secretion

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